For the Findern
manuscript, see Kate Harris, "The Origins and Make-Up of Cambridge University Library MS Ff.1.6," Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 8 (1981-85): 299-333.
On the 'Findern
MS', Cambridge University Library MS Ff.1.6, see the facsimile edition, The Findern
Catherine Swift, daughter of Mr and Mrs G Swift, of Barn Close, Findern
, Derby, and Stephen Harrison, son of Mr and Mrs E Hanson, of Carsington Crescent, Allestree, at Coombe Abbey.
Thompson argues that Sir Degrevant may have been included in the Findern
MS because 'its narrative exhibits some awareness of sophisticated courtly details and, for a Middle English romance, is peculiarly interested in and well informed about the love conventions of the day' (p.
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And on page 85, it is claimed that "there are no names of female readers inscribed in books of romance before 1500." But the Findern
Manuscript (Cambridge, University Library MS Ff.1.6) attests to numerous women readers, and while the dates of these women readers cannot be precisely pinned down, many of them almost certainly date to the last quarter of the fifteenth century.
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